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dust a Closer Walk With Thee 

SPIRITUAL 
Copyright, MCMXLVm, by B. E. Winaett, Dayton, Tenn. 

in "All for Jesus" Arr. R. E. Winsett 




1. I am weak but Thou art strong, Je - sua keep me from all wrong; 

2. Thru this world of toil and snares, If I fal - ter, Lord, who cares? 

3. When my fee-ble life is o'er, Time for me will be no more; 




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Bat - is - fied as long, As I walk, let me walk close to Thee, 
me my bur -den shares? None but Thee, dear Lord, none but Thee, 
gen -tly, safe -ly o'er, To Thyking-dom shore, to Thy shore. 



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Songs of Spring 



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RADIO and GENERAL USE 



J. R. Baxter, Jr. 
W. Lee Higgins 
G. T. Speer 
Thos. J. Farris 
Clyde Williams 
L. D. Bassett, Jr. 
Walter McCord 
Albert E. Brumley 



AUTHORS : 

V. O. Fossett 
Theodore Sisk 
Marion W. Easterling 
W. Allan Sims 
L. D. Morris 
Mrs. Theodore Sisk 
C. C. Blankenship 
Zera Pate 
J. E. Roane 



Luther G. Presley 
J. B. Coats 
Fred L. Swilling 
B. B. Edmiaston 
Henry L. Thompson 
Hansel Hunter 
Clifton Williamson 
W. Oliver Cooper 



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Plate Makers — Printers — Publishers 
Dallas 8, Texas Pangburn, Arkansas Chattanooga 1, Tenu. 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music and Printing Co. 



No. 1-A 



Sometime You Will Pray 



Arr. Copyright, 1948, by The Hartford Music & Printing Co., Inc. 
in "Grace and Glory" 
E. M. B. „. . Albert E. Brumley, owner E. M. Bartlett 

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1. There is coming a time, sin-ner, When you'll confess Jesus as Lord, 

2. There is coming a time, sin-ner, When stars from the heavens will fall, 

3. There is coming a time, sin-ner, When time on the earth is no more, 




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When all the unsaved of all nations 
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Ac - cord-ing to God's blessed word; 
Up - on the Redeemer will call; 
The fire of destruction will roar; 

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A time when you'll hear the last summons And then you'll be driv-en a -way, 
You'll cry for the rocks and the mountains To hide you from shame and dismay, 
The dead in the earth and the o-ceans Will rise up to meet Him that day, 



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When God in His heavens proclaims it, 

You'll fall on your knees and confess Him, sin-ner, sometime you will pray. 

The lost will be weeping and wail-ing, 






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No. 1 



Jesus Never Fails Us 



Copyright, 1948, by The Hatford Music & Printing Co., Inc. 
Mrs. Arlie L. Efird in "Grace and Glory" W. Oliver Cooper 




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1. Je-sus nev-er, nev-er fails us, He's the truth, the light, the 

2. Je-sus nev-er, nev-er fails us, All to Him we tru - ly 

3. Je-sus nev-er, nev-er fails us, He's our bright and morning 

4. Je-sus nev-er, nev-er fails us, This our song should ev-er 

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And His love is far more precious, far more precious, 
Shining out a-cross the val-ley , 'cross the valley, 
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Show- ing heav - en's gates a - jar. 

Je - sus died to make us free. 



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Jesus Will Show Me the Way 

Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 

in "Songs of Spring" Henry L. Thompson 






1. I am so glad and free, hap -py as I can be, Fol-low-ing Je-suseach 

2. Walk-ing in peace and love,seeking that home above, 

3. Now I am fac-inghome,nev-er a -gain to roam, 






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If I will shout and sing, making glad prais-es ring, 
ev-'ry day; Anchored in love di-vine,won-der-ful joy is mine, 

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No. 3 Sunset and Sunrise 

Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music tx. Printing Co. 
O.O.Bali in "Songs of Spring" C. C. Blankensblp 



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1. What * beau-ti-ful sun -set at the close of life's day, When we 

2. What a beau-ti-ful sun -rise as we pass thru the gate, Live with 

3. Al - ways af - ter the sun -set there will be a sun- rise, When we 




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bear the Lord's wel-come, well done; With the bat - ties all o - ver 
Je - sus e - ter - nal - ly free; Sing with all of our loved ones 
join with the an - gel - ic band; Far a - way up in glo - ry 



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you will hear Je - sus say: En - ter in for a crown you have won. 
who now for us a -wait, In a home made for you and for me. 
just be-yond the blue skies We'll be hap-py in sweet glo - ry land. 

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What a beau - ti - ful sun - set some day, " When we come to the 

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iNo. 4 Lay Your Burdens at His Feet 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



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2. In your sor - row,when the way seems drear-y, And your bur-dens hard to 

3. Trust His prom - is - es and doubt Him nev -er, He'3 a sure and safe re- 
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bear; (to bear;) Eeadyour Bi - ble, keep in touch with Je - sus, Go to 

treat; (re-treat;) Faith -ful be and glad - ly praise Him ev - er, Lay your 

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2. It may be that I must car - ry the bless- ed word of life To the 

3. Tho it some-times be my por-tion to bear the cross at home, While so 

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souls lost in sin a- cross the sea, But I know that thru the darkness, thru 
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Arr. copyright, 1948, by The Hartford Music & Printing Co., Inc. R, S. Hanna 
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No, Not One. 

Copyright 1943. in "BIUowb of Song' 

OWNED BY J. M. HENSON 



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2. No friend like Him ia to high and ho-ly, No, not one! no, ntt onel 

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No night so dark bat His love can cheer as, 

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2. In yon-der home, where life is bright And there is 

3. In yon-der home, from trou - ble free, With Him at 

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G. S. D, 



My Rambling Days 

Copyright, 1930, by Tho National Music Co. 



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1. When my Lord comes back a - gain,Comes to claim His loved and own, 

2. When He asks, what will you do, As you on your course pur- sue? 

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It Will Not Be Lonesome There 

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2. We shall live with him a-gain, where there comes no grief or pain, 

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1. I am on the rain-bow trail, Leading to the sky; 8ing-ing I shall 

2. Joy abounds both night and day, Hearts are happy here; this bless-ed 

3. Je-sus dwells a-long this road, Giving comfort sweet; He will 6hare onr 

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beavy load Till we walk the golden street. I'm trav'liog, 

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Copyright, 1942, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Dr. Alfred Barratt in "Lasting Peace" W. Lee Hlggina 




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2. There my soul is pro - tect - ed from sin 

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2. I'll nev - er f or-get the day that He came And freed me from bondage of sin; 

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Keep the Joybells Rin^in* 



Copyright, 1940, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
T. J. F. in "Pearly Gates" Thos. J. Farris 



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dreams I wander back there With my broth-er, sis - ter near, 
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I Have Decided 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
C. C.W., Jr. in "Songs of Spring" Carl C. Williams, Jr. 




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2.1 have de-cid - ed that Je -sus loves me, And that for my sins He 
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The highway Home 



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No. 20 



On The Solid Rock 



Copyright. 1937, by The Stamps-Baxter Music Co., 
VIDA MUNDEN NIXON in "Haebor Bells Ho. 6" JOHN L. SHRADER 

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2. When the winds of ter - ror mad - ly rise a-gainst my soul, (and as the) 

3. Tho the floods de-scend up - [on the sink - ing sands of time, (I know that) 




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A Haven Of Rest For Me 



BLANCHE HESS 



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Throw the Life-Line 

Copyright 1047, in "Glory Gates" 

OWNED BY J. M, HENION 



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1. Wo hear the sonndel might-y wa?eiUp-on the an • gry sea of time, 

2. The waves now path the f es-Bel hard, Aad man-y per - ish in the deep, 

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throw a line, a word de - vine, To those now lost at tea. 
While it is day, haste a - way, Aad help some one to shore. 
To hold a line lor Christ di - vine, And oast it o'artho watts. 




There is a Pi • lot trne who saves, Who speaks in words o! love sob-lime, 
Let not roagh waves your pace re-tard,ThePi - lot trne yonr soul wUI keep, 
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thro a line, a word di- fine, For Christ oar Pi-lot Bares (He safes} 

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Stay By the Cross 

Copyright 1943 in *'Billows of Sods" 
Owned by J. M. Hebsok. 



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, Biak not al • lor - ing ways, Stay by the cross;Spend for the Lord your days, 
. He bids yon seek His face, Stay by the erossjHe'll keep yon by His graee; 

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No. 24 



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Tellthe Story of Love 

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shove In - to aw - ful snares of Sa - tan, in - to dark - est night, Go and 




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No. 25 



Hear Him Today 



Copyright, 1942, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
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1. - ver the moun-tain and down thru the vale, Seek-ing to guide those a- 

2. You may think you have no time for the call, "Some oth-er time," you may 

3. Each lit - tie mo - ment when you are a - lone, You know that sin does not 

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say, may say; But when you're read - y the door may be closed, 

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2. In faith I'll strive to do His will, I'll live for Him each day; Wher-e'er He 

3. Some day to earth my Lord will come To lead His own a-bove,The saints will 




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2. What hope for the trav'ler with strength al-most gone, That makes him de- 

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J. B. C. in "Heaven's Lamp" J. B. Coats 




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2. Deep con - vie - tion has made the flow, Gen - tie riv - er of tears; 

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No. 30 Gould Ye Not Watch With Me One Hour? 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
B B. Edmiaston in "Songs of Spring" L.D.Morris 



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1. What, could ye not watch with me for one hour? Said the Sav-ior un- 

2. Tar - ry ye here, He had said un - to them, Tar-ry here and watch, 
3.0 my friends, what of the vig - il we keep? Je - sus bids us to 




to His dis - ci - pies that night, As in the gar - den He 
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Thy will be done, To the Fa - ther, we hear Him sub-mis-sive-ly say. 
He is a -, way, Are we sleep-ing, or for Him in-vest-ingourpow'r? 

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No. 31 Looking Tor You 

Copyright, 1940, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
Erlene Dobbs in "Pearly Gates" Eugene Wright 

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2. When you hear that great mul-ti-tude sing-ing, As your ship, o'er the billows, 

3. When you en-terthe re-gionssu-per-nal, Where you'll see your Redeemer, 




sweet heav-en to view; When your voice with God's singers is blended, 

in eate-ty rides thru; When the wel-come bells glad-ly are ring-ing, There'll be 

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No. 32 



In the Secret of His Presence 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
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1. In the se-cret of His presence, Where no e - vil can a-bide, There is 

2. Go and hide beneath His shadows, There is joy e-nongh to spare, Yen will 

3. Oh, how precious are the les-sons, To be learned at Je-sus' side, For so 




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find sweet peace a - bid - ing, When you meet your Sav-ior there; And He'll 

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lift your ev -'ry bur-den, In that nap-py meet-ing place, Then you'll ev-er 
joy you'll share His blessings And a perfect peace you'll know, For when Sa-tan 




Sav-ior 's promise , Of a precious home a-bbve. 
bear the immage, Of the Master in your face, 
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Where the Roses Never Fade 



Copyright, 1942, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co, 
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to a ci - ty Where the streets with gold are laid, 
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Just a Foretaste 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
B. B. Edmiaston In "Songs of Spring" Fred L. Swilling 




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2. Sor-rows I meet a-long the way, shad-ows be-cloud the gold -en day, 

3. Trust-ing my Lord, I jour-ney on, soon I shall see the glo - ry dawn, 



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But there is com-fort and as - sur - ance in His word, e - ter - nal; 
Where from all sor-row, pain and sin I shall be free, for-ev - er; 



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When I shall cross the bor-der line, in - to the land that is di - vine, 
In - to my heart He sends a song, giv - ing a glimpse of heav-en's throng, 
Brighter my dreams of heav-en grow, short-er the way I have to go, 



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JnBt a fore-taste of joy that's for me, when I shall see my Lord, my Lord. 
Near-er the joy and end-less glo-ry wait-ing at home for me, forme. 



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No. 35 Saved by GraGe 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co* 



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in "Faithful Guide" 



J. H. Clark 




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1. I long to see the bean- ty Of my Sav-ior's smfl-ing face, 

2. to leave my sins be-hind me, Sins that would my life de -base, 
3.0 to know that in His king-dom I at last shall find a place, 

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Just to know the peace un- spo- ken Shared by ev - 'ry child of grace. 
With the host of eing-ing an- gels , And the heirs of boundless grace. 



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No. 36 My Gabin of Memory 

Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 

in "Songs of Spring" Lather G. Presley 




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T. H. S. in "Golden Key" Thorman H. Smith 



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3. Dad - dy 's name yon sel - dom men-tion, Tho he toils from morn till night, 




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Yon will nev - er find an - oth - er Who will care as much for you. 
Give to him your kind at - ten - tion.Help to make his bur-dens light. 



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No. 38 



He Keeps My Soul 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
Z. P. in "Songs of Spring" Zera Pate 







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2. Then one day I saw the light, turned from sin and dia - mal night To the 

3. Now I'm liv-ing in His grace, there's no sin for me to face In the 




road to end-less death I did roam; Burdened down with heav-y care, lived my 
One who died for you and for me; Bowed my head and humbly prayed, trusted 
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life in dark de-spair, With no hope of shar-ing heav-en's bright home. 
Christ, no more a-fraid, And He spoke sweet peace and made my soul free. 
Him who res-cued me, Walk-ing in the sun -light of His great love. 




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Praise His Name 



Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
J. R. Baxter, Jr. in "Faithful Guide" C. E. Paregein 







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2. Let glad car-ols from a true heart soar, Help me turn all men from wrong; 

3. Give Him ad-o-ra-tion all the time, When a - lone or with the throng; 




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Let His prom-ise drive a - way all fear, 

Christ is lead -ing as He goes be - fore, Praise His name in joy-ful song. 

Soon we'll see Him in a bet - ter clime, 



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2. When you meet dis - ap-point-ments in this wea - ri - some land, Just re- 

3. When the call comes for ns to cross the dark chill • y tide, He has 

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No. 41 God Will Be Judge That Day 

Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
McK. S. in "Songs of Spring" McKinley Smith 







1. Fi - nal, full judg-ment will come to us all, Treas-ures of this world will 

2. Sin - ner, take warn-ing and turn to the Lord, Don't be a-shamed now to 



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No. 42 Music is Ringing in My Soul 



Eugene Wright 



Copyright, 1335, by The Stamps-Baxter Mueic Co., 
in "Harbor Bells No. 4" 



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1. Marching a-long the good old way find • ing new joy each passing day, 

2. For the dark paths no more I pine, heav- en • ly peace at last is mine, 

3. Trusting my fu-ture to the Lord, iiv - ing with Him in sweet ac- cord, 

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Free from the stain of in - bred sin, Btriv -ing the bless-ed goal to win, 
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Follow His Way 



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1. The foot-steps of Je-sus follow each day, Bis life-crown e'er keep in view; 

2. He of -fers sal • va-tion, par-don for sin, This of - fer is free to all; 

3. There's glory in eerv-ing Jesus, the King, There's vict'ry and joy to win; 

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So take op the cross a Christian most bear, Come, answer the Spirit's calL 
Be faith-ful and true to Him all the way, Keep spotless and pure with-in. 
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D. S.-To all Moge who trust His mercy and love He'* promised a heav'nly home. 
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Mo. 44 it's Really Surprising 

(What The Lord Can Do) 

Copyright, 1948, by The Hartford Music & Printing Co., Inc. 

A. E. B. in" Grace and Glory" Albert E. Brumley 



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Jesus Is Mine 



Copyright 1»17, in "Glory Gates" 

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1. Once I waBfriend-leBs,sor-rowwasend-Ieso,Noth-ing ap-pealedto me, 

2. Old things have banished, trouble has vanished, Song birds in love a • gree, 

3. List to my sto- ry, gleaming with glo-ry, Tru-ly I am let free, 






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Je-EHi is near me, with love to cheer ma, glo-ry; 

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Now I am Bmll-ing, naught is fie- fil-ing, No more shall I re - pine, 
Brand new the creature, love is the fea-ture,Sav-ior, my heart is Thine, 
Let Je- sns keep yoajStorms cannot sweep yon, Best on His love di - vino, 

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Put Him To the Test 

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No. 48 



I Want to Be With Him 



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Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
C. W. » in "Songs of Spring" Clifton Williamson 



1. Once I was lost but now I am found, was blind but now I Bee, 

2. Now I am walk-ing in the bright way that leads to heav'n a - bove, 



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Sight was re-stored when 1 be-held the Sav-ior on Cal-va-ry; 
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The Great Home-coming Day 



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2. When we've crossed the Jor- dan riv - er, free from care we'll be for - ev - er, 

3. We shall meet with friends and loved ones o - ver yon-der in sweet heav-en, 

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We shall sing a - gain to - geth - er by and by, yes, by and by; 




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By the One who gave us heav-en, we'll re - ceive ad-dress of wel-come, 
In that land, as God in - tend - ed, we shall ev-er be con-tent-ed, 

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L. E. A. Lethal A. Ellis 

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2. Can't you hear His groaning cry, Why forsake Thou me?Left alone, God let Him die, 

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2. "Many mansions" there by the Lord prepared. . 

3. 'Twas a mother's love and a father's pray'r, 

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Now the Day is Over. 



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2. Je - ins, give the weary Calm and sweet repose, With thy tend'rest blessing Hay our eyelids close. 
8. Thro' the long night watch«t May That angels spread, Their white wings above us, Watefcug round each bed. 
4. When the morning wakens Then may I a-rise Pare and fresh and sinless In Thy ho-ly eyes. 
6. Slo - ry to the Fa-ther, Glo - ry to the Son, And to Thee, blest Spirit, Whilst all ages ran. 



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Mo. 54 Grown Him Kin£ 

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Luther G. Presley in "Songs of Spring" Fred I*. Swilling 

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1. Let ev - 'ry heart re - ioice to - day.Why should we e'er be sad? 

2. Hail to the One true King we love, Hail to Im-man-u - ell 

3. Sing and re - joice and thauk-ful be, All un - to Him we owe, 



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An - gels re-joice in heav'na-bove, Saints of His good- ness tell, we love Him; 
Think of His death on Cal-va-ry, Prov-ing He loves us so, our Sav-ior; 

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Soon He is com-ing back a-gain,Com-ing to reign from shore to shore, 
He is the One we must cling to, Cling when the stars be - gin to fall, 
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So let us all our vows re- new, Crown Him the King of all, of alL. 

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2. Gone is care thru faith and pray'r, I'm on heav-en's roll; I can see that 

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2. When we sing a-bont His great sal - va-tion, to some peo-ple 'tis a - bom - i- 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J. M. Cain in "Anchored Faith" W. W. Comba 

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2. Sometimes the way seems rough and rug - gad , It's then by faith I look and see 

3. And when I reach the vale of shadows, He'll bear me o'er life's fit-ful sea, 




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I Am Glad to Know 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co 
J. B. Baxter, Jr. in "Songs of Spring" 



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in "Rainbow Rays" 



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A. E. B. 



Jerusalem Fair 



Copyright, 1948, by The Hartford Music and Printing Co., Inc. 

in "Grace and Glory" Albert E. Brumley 






1. There is a most wondrous cit - y, A cit - y of end - less day, 

2. I'm go-ing that way re - joic - tag, I'm hap-py as I can be, 

3. The riv - er of life is flowing, Its waters shall ne'er run dry, 




Je - rn - sa - lem bright, a cit - y of light, Its wait-tag just o'er the way; 
As on-ward I go t' ward heaven I know,Je-ra- sa - lem soon I II see; 
And all the re-deemed for - ev - er will stag, The prais-es of God on high; 

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W. Gi**/BR COOPER 



(Looking For a Cify 

David Moore, owner. 1943. 

MARVIN P. DALTON 



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Gome On 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
G. T. S. in "Songs of Spring" O. T. Speer 







1. Come on.we're trav - el - ing up to glo - ry, Marching a -long each 

2. Get on the bless -ed old ship of Zi - on Bid - ing the waves to 

3. Come on, dear sin • ner friend, while He'B call- ing, Time is so swiit-ly 

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glo - ry land,Je-sns the Cap-tain is at the helm to Guide her at 
pass -ing by, Bet-ter get read - y to meet the Sav - ior, Where we shall 



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nev - er die, no dy-ing; You'll be so hap -py when you reach heav -en, 



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C o py ri g ht , 1939, by Stamps-Baxter Music and Ptg. Co. 
W. A.MeK. in "Gospel Tide" Vfm . A. McKinney 




1. We are drift -ing, 

2. We are drift - ing, 

3. Yon are drift - ing, 



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Drift -ing to our jour - ney's end. 

Broth-er, stop and count the cost. We are drift - ing, slow - ly drift-ing, 

Trust in Him, be free from sin. 



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drift-ing on, While Sa - tan's host is gain - ing ground, 

on, While Sa-tan'smight-y host of sin is gab-ing ground, 

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No. 64 



Little David Will Play 



L. G. B. 



copyright, 1942, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Super Specials No. 4" Luther 6. Presley 



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2. Corn-tag from the grate in count-less num-bers, it will be a 

3. Yon-der by the throne, what a meet-tag, safe with - in the 



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A.L. 



Heaven is my Home 

Copyright, 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 



in "Super Specials No. 3" 



Albert Lamb 



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1. As I walk a-Iong the pil-grim path-way here, hand in hand with 

2. E - vil gathers round me as I jour - ney on t'ward the land of 

3. When the way a-round me seems so dark and drear that the light I 



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Christ my Lord, I am free and hap-py, for I have no fear, I'm 

end - less spring, Still I'm fac-ing heav-en and the bright day-dawn,the 

can - not see, Then I call upon Him and the sky grows clear,sweet 



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In His blessed name I'll conquer 
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V. T. R. and J. R. B. , Jr. Copyright. 1929, by Stamps and Baxter 

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Be • mem-ber, friend, yea must de • pend 

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Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 
J.R. B.> Jr. in "Heaven's Lamp" J.K.Baxter Jr. 

1. It seems God's chosen peo-ple Must suf - fer in this land,Man-y per-ish 

2. The path we mor-tals trav-el Is hard to un-der-stand,We are made to 

3. We face a foe un-numbered Who tries to crush the soul, On the path a- 

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weep o - ver sorrows deep, 

head we see much to dread, pilgrim way; 




This life is like an ar-my, Each soul must firmly stand, It will all come 
The hordes of Sa-tan hound us Up - on the sea and land, Don't give up the 
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Just An Old, Old Road 



Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 
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1. There's an old, old road wind - ing o - Ver a hill To a lit - tie green 

2. But that old, old road is no long-er the same, For with age like all 

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round the old place, From my heart came a deep anx-ious sigh, I in 
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lived in that house by the side of the road, When that old, old road was new. 
sin we shall be ev - er hap-py and free, There where nothing e'er grows o'd. 




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No. 69 I Want to Show my Love 

Copyright, 1934, by The Stampi-Baxter Music Co., 
J, R. Baxter, Jr. in "Leading Light" 



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1. I have found the secret of tree happiness below, Want to ihoi mj lore 

2. I have fonnd a blessing all along the journey here, 

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He has been a Sav-ior and a loving help- 

for Christ my I shall safe-ly enter thru the pearly gate 



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A Good Time is Goming 



Copyrtgfit. 1941, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptgr. Co. 
Albert E. Bromley & Leon Guinn in "Faithful Guide" Eddie Williams 

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2. Praia - es will ring e - ter - nal, crowns will a - doru All of God's chil- 

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Hallelujah By and By 



F.W. 



Copyright, 1943, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Ptg. Co. 

in "Heaven's Lamp" Fred Woodruff 



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2. I shell be free from toil and care, nev - er a pain or' bur-den bear, 

3. What a glad time when friends I greet, when the dearSav-ior I shall meet, 



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Copyright, 1948, by Stamps-Baxter Music & Printing Co. 



J. B. Baxter, Jr.& T. S. in "Songs of Spring" 



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L. G. P. in "Heaven's Lamp" Luther G. Presley 



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I am Thfne Forever 



To Stamps-Baxter Mixed Quartet— E. M. B. 

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(Songa of Spring) 



A Good Time Is Coming 70 

A Haven of Rest 21 

A Vision of the Cross 51 

Anchored in His Love 59 

Are You Sleeping? 76 



Jesus Never Fails Us 1 

Jesus Will Show Me the Way.... 2 
Just a Closer Walk ....Inside Cover 

Just a Foretaste 34 

Just an Old, Old Road 68 



Bless Jesus Loves You Too 45 

Bring Back My Wandering Boy.. 6 

Come On 62 

Could Ye Not Watch With Me ?..30 
Crown Him King 54 

Don't Turn Jesus Away 49 

Drifting 63 

Ev'rybody Sing 56 

Follow His Way 43 

From the Cradle to the Grave....77 

Gentle River of Tears 29 

Give Them the Roses Now. 37 

Go To the Lord in Prayer 75 

God Will Be Judge That Day....41 
God's Wonderful Book Divine..27 

Hallelujah By and By 71 

He Keeps My Soul 38 

He Paid It All 26 

He Understands and Cares 57 

Hear Him Today 25 

Heaven Is My Home 65 

I Am Glad to Know 58 

I Am Thine Forever 74 

I Have Decided 18 

I Want to Be With Him 48 

I Want to Show My Love 69 

I'll Fly Away On Wings of Love 28 

I'm Glad the Savior Came 14 

In the Beautiful Eden of Prayerl3 
In the Secret of His Presence....32 

In Yonder Home 8 

It Will Not Be Lonesome 10 

It's Really Surprising 44 



Keep the Joybells Ringing 16 

Lay Your Burdens at His Feet.. 4 

Life's Ocean Waves 66 

Little David Will Play .64 

Looking For a City 61 

Looking For You 31 

Mother's Day 11 

Music is Ringing in My Soul 42 

My Cabin of Memory 36 

My Rambling Days 9 

No Not One 7 

Now the Day Is Over 53 

O Jerusalem Fair 60 

On the Solid Rock 20 

Our Childhood Home 17 

Praise His Name 39 

Put Him to the Test 47 

Saved By Grace 35 

Singing In My Soul 55 

Sometime You Will Pray 1-A 

Stay By the Cross 23 

Sunset and Sunrise 3 

Tell the Story of Love 24 

The Great Home Coming Day....50 

The Highway Home 19 

The Lone Pilgrim 73 

The Rainbow Trail 12 

There'll Be Light In the Valley 5 

There's a Guiding Star 52 

There's Been a Change 15 

Throw The Lifeline 22 

Victory Ahead 40 



Jesus Brings Joy to My Soul 72 

Jesus Is Mine 46 



When the Smoke of the Battle..67 
Where the Roses Never fade ....33 






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